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August 29, 2014  

Unfortunately the pretext for this episode is a sad one.


Lauren Dunn, Austin's good friend of 13 years, has sadly passed from this world as of August 25, 2014. She was a bubbly soul, an avid film buff, and was loved by all the lives she touched. The Film Room in part rose from the ashes of Austin and Lauren's previous podcast, The Brutal Kind. As such, we were going to have her on as a guest at some point. Immortalizing her in episode form is the closest we can do.

This episode of The Brutal Kind was lovingly chosen by Austin and his wife Amanda, features Lauren, Austin, and Amanda as hosts, and includes a newly recorded intro from Austin.

We hope you enjoy.


For time context, this episode was recorded April 18, 2012.



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RIP, Lauren
August 19, 2014  

Welcome, listeners!


We have with us this week the proprietors of Instant Leftovers The Last Honest Podcast The Voices of a Generation etc etc, Colin Hill and Ramon Villalobos (sort of) to discuss the Summer of 1997! This summer has a unique place among recent film memory because it houses more than a few landmark films (sometimes for not-so-great reasons). Films like Titanic! Steel! Good Will Hunting! Batman and Robin! Etc!

So come join us for some goofy-ass fun at this incredibly 90s' summer's expense.

You can find Colin and Ramon's podcast at

This topic suggested to us by film critic/blogger Ryan Cullen.

Austin's companion piece to this cast,

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August 12, 2014  

I think we speak for everyone when we say we did not see this coming.


We remember the man and the legend.






Allie Brosh's Hyperbole in a Half entries on her battle with depression:




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